Nativity Seen in the Anthropocene: Contemporary Field Work and Subjective Challenges

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    Abstract

    Ongoing political changes, diasporic mobilities and new communication modalities present anthropologists with novel challenges for conducting ethnographic field work. As both configurations of and expectations for varied forms of social identity change, so too has the notion of the native, what Arjun Appadurai once called the technical preserve of anthropologists. Through reflection on contemporary field work experiences in Kazakhstan, the Philippines and South Korea, this set of papers considers how changing political and cultural regimes, diasporic mobilities and social media also tag the native anthropologist, a concept which can be to the advantage of the researcher, but also can create new problems and complexities for research.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)189-196pp
    JournalAsia Pacific Journal of Anthropology
    Volume19
    Issue number3
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2018

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